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and could never find her. >> it says to me that cheryl johnson didn't exist and he made it up. >> williams says only after that call from a gas station did he turn around to cross back over the bridge again. police would stop him moments later. you said, i know this is about those boys, isn't it? >> correct. that's what i said. >> pretty damning statement, don't you think? >> no. i mean, the perception in atlanta was at the time kids were missing. and i think if i'm not mistaken, the perception was a lot of young males are missing. that's what i asked. this is about those kids or boys or something like that, isn't it? >> remember what fbi agent mike mccomas said he saw when he got to the scene? >> saw a black male. he had on a baseball hat. >> this is the sketch provided by the witness who saw lubie geter talking to a man the day lubie disappeared and died. mccomas had never seen this until we came back to show it to him nearly 30 years later. >> this is a real strong resemblance to the person that i talked to, wayne williams. he had on a baseball cap. his hair was in an afro. so this just
i turned off briefly after i crossed the bridge at what i call a liquor store. >> williams said he pulled into the parking lot only to look up the phone number of a singer he was trying to locate at that hour. >> i turned back on the highway. i went to a starvin marvin store. i used the telephone and i came back. >> the call didn't go through. >> i got some recording this number is not in service. i said, this is a prank. >> this is the closest thing to an address he said he had for a singer he said was cheryl johnson. the fbi looked hard and could never find her. >> it says to me that cheryl johnson didn't exist and he made it up. >> williams says only after that call from a gas station did he turn around to cross back over the bridge again. police would stop him moments later. you said, i know this is about those boys, isn't it? >> correct. that's what i said. >> pretty damning statement, don't you think? >> no. i mean, the perception in atlanta was at the time kids were missing. and i think if i'm not mistaken, the perception was a lot of young males are missing. that's what i a
winner will then play for the final in the title tomorrow night at 8:00 eastern time. venus williams with a 40-0 lead to open this final set. dick: and she double faulted a couple of points away on the tie-break and that led to dismay and quick disaster. five doubles in the match. john: four of these five have come in the last five or 10 minutes. that's made her start to second guess herself. smooth, smooth serving smooth, smooth serving performance until that time. dick: williams does hold to open this final set. if you're just joining us, williams using her power, big serve, and came in behind it. took the opening set. 6-4. john: it's unnerving to deal with that pace for anyone. that got her the first set. but the second set, she really let down when it mattered most. clijsters typically is going to make a big-time effort to hang in there especially with the success that she's had at the open. dick: the only two points were when clijsters was serving. there's the final result of the first semifinal with the number seven seed, vera zvonareva, advancing against wozniacki. dick: well
will then play for the final in the title tomorrow night at 8:00 eastern time. venus williams with a 40-0 lead to open this final set. dick: and she double faulted a couple of points away on the tie-break and that led to dismay and quick disaster. five doubles in the match. john: four of these five have come in the last five or 10 minutes. that's made her start to second guess herself. smooth, smooth serving smooth, smooth serving performance until that time. dick: williams does hold to open this final set. if you're just joining us, williams using her power, big serve, and came in behind it. took the opening set. 6-4. john: it's unnerving to deal with that pace for anyone. that got her the first set. but the second set, she really let down when it mattered most. clijsters typically is going to make a big-time effort to hang in there especially with the success that she's had at the open. dick: the only two points were when clijsters was serving. there's the final result of the first semifinal with the number seven seed, vera zvonareva, advancing against wozniacki. dick: well played. john: rea
troops. general david petraeus speaking to brian williams today. >> we are concerned that the images from the burning of a koran would be used in the same way that extremists used images from abu ghrab, that they would, in a sense, be indelible. >> reporter: the florida pastor even got the vatican's attention. >> this act would only call for new hate and violence. >> reporter: some of the families of those killed on 9/11 said that burning the koran is unacceptable and abhorrent and an insult to the victims. some say while distasteful it is still not illegal. >> the u.s. constitution says you have a right to do that. period. end of story. the government can't stop you from burning a book. >> reporter: sarah palin has now tweeted that pastor jones should please stand down, that people have a right to burn a koran but that it is insensitive and an unnecessary provocation that will feed the fire. brian? >> all eyes on this pastor and this weekend. andrea mitchell, thanks. >>> president obama was in cleveland today talking about the u.s. economy, jobs, taxes and pushing a new set of programs a
williams who went into double fault shot late in the second set. including the tie-break. break point, venus williams. for 4-4. oh, my. two double faults and a big miss from clijsters and we're even at 4-4 in the final set. john: certainly returned the favor there that venus gave her in the second set tie-break. venus was off the court, she didn't need to swing at that. she was there quickly. she could have blocked that ball to the open court. but she chose to go for it all. missed well long. dick: she enjoyed a run of games where she played terrific tennis. error-free almost. and now a match even, a set all, 4-4. a date in the championship final tomorrow night on the line. >> fault. john: remember what happened to venus williams when she played that poor tie-break. she got off to the slow start. it's almost impossible to let go of that. this is what kim is facing now herself. giving back that service break point. dick: beautifully executed, backhand winner, clijsters. she had to laser it down the line. john: she absolutely did. because venus was looking to just put away that volley.
as long as you tackle them. >> al: williams and austin left, bryant right. and it is caught over the middle and getting down to the 12 yard line is austin and a time-out with 11 seconds remaining. >> referee: time-out. dallas. their second time-out. 30-second time-out. >> al: 31 huge yards. >> cris: unbelievable mistake. completely blown coverage on the outside. nobody ends up covering miles austin. they come on the blitz. somebody completely blows the assignment and here we go. >> al: austin come out of the slot. austin tonight, ten catches, 146 yards. >> cris: well it is the cowboys and the redskins. i don't know what is going on here. >> al: low ceiling. and the game on the line with 12 seconds left. >> cris: the cowboys have a time-out so they can throw it underneath if they want to. >> al: four-man rush. romo. intended for williams. eight seconds. still time to throw it underneath if they have to and take a time-out. >> cris: here is the thing you have to keep in mind, al. is that as a defense now if you catch the ball short of the goal line, your goal is no lon
was wayne williams, about to turn 23. a self-anointed music talent scout who slept days and roamed the city at night. mccomas invited williams over to his car. >> he got in the car and i said, do you know why you're here? and he immediately said, yes, it's about the missing children. that kinds of stunned me. and i said, what do you know about that? he said, i don't think that the various news agencies are covering it adequately, do you? >> two weeks later, this headline would break the news of that night on the bridge. wayne williams would be sent to prison to serve two life sentences for murder. at first glance, he hardly looks like a serial killer. not much more than 5'1/2" feet barely 150 pounds. tall now in his 50s. and growing bald. >> the bottom line is nobody ever testified or even claimed that they saw me strike another person, choke another person, stab, beat or kill or hurt anybody. because i didn't. >> this is the first time wayne williams has talked on tv in at least a decade. why do you think you were convicted? >> fear. >> what do you mean? >> atlanta at the time was in a pan
warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and marty bass are tracking earl's path. manuel gallegus is in north carolina. right in the storm's wrath. and adam may is in ocean city, being hit right now. let's go right to ocean city, where adam has more on what's happening there. good afternoon, upon -- adam. >> good afternoon, jessic a. boy, since this morning, things have been changing almost every 15 minutes or so. you almost get a glimpse of sun, then you get the rain, then you get the gust of wind. one thing that has been consistent are the huge waves that are stirring up the ocean. >> reporter: the outer bands of hurricane earl, now violently churning the waters off ocean city. vacationers are amazed at the size of the waves. >> the waves are absolutely beautiful. >> it's pretty cool. the waves are probably some of the biggest i've ever seen. and it's pretty eerie. >> for the second day in a row, the waters here off ocean city are closed to swimmers. it's very easy to see why the waves right here are huge, up to 10 feet high. and the rip tides are extremely strong and d
great venus williams. after becoming the first african-american to reach tennis' world no. 1 ranking, she has been in the force -- she has been a force in the game nearly 15 years. she has teamed up for a new book about harnessing your competitive spirit. it is called "come to win." our conversation with venus williams, coming up right now. >> all i know is his name is james, and he needs extra help with his reading. >> i'm james. >> yes. >> to everyone making a difference, you help us all live better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and answer, nationwide insurance is happy to help tavis improve of financial literacy and remove obstacles to economic empowerment one conversation at a time. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] tavis: always pleased to have venus williams on the program. she is out with a new book about the intersection between sports and that success even for everyday people. the book is called "come to win,"and f
: williams and austin left, bryant right. and it is caught over the middle and getting down to the 12 yard line is austin and a time-out with 11 seconds remaining. >> referee: time-out. dallas. their second time-out. 30-second time-out. >> al: 31 huge yards. >> cris: unbelievable mistake. completely blown coverage on the outside. nobody ends up covering miles austin. they come on the blitz. somebody completely blows the assignment and here we go. >> al: austin come out of the slot. austin tonight, ten catches, 146 yards. >> cris: well it is the cowboys and the redskins. i don't know what is going on here. >> al: low ceiling. and the game on the line with 12 seconds left. >> cris: the cowboys have a time-out so they can throw it underneath if they want to. >> al: four-man rush. romo. intended for williams. eight seconds. still time to throw it underneath if they have to and take a time-out. >> cris: here is the thing you have to keep in mind, al. is that as a defense now if you catch the ball short of the goal line, your goal is no longer to get the guy on the ground. you want
estate is what media mogul william randolph hearst is perhaps best known for--the hearst castle. once the home of the famous newspaper giant, it is now one of the world's largest tourist attractions. with 56 bedrooms, 61 bathrooms, 19 sitting rooms, a movie theater, and the world's largest private zoo, the castle is almost like a small, self-contained city rather than just one man's humble abode. >> william randolph hearst sat here in the center of the table. he liked to be surrounded by his guests. he sat here so he could talk and understand more about his guests. these were newswcrthy people that sat here around him for his meals. >> but it was the land just below his home that hearst truly cherished, a place referred to simply as "the ranch." for a man who lived his life in the public eye, this was his true oasis, a place to slip into obscurity. >> so he built his castle here at san simeon, but the love of the ranch, the cowboy lifestyle--it was always something that hearst really favored. but william randolph hearst wrote a letter to his mother--once quoting, then, from mr. hearst
but it wasn't looking good early on. down 3-1 williams punches it in to put the pirates up 10-0. second quarter tech down 17-7. taylor drops back. has some time and hooks up with roberts for the 20-yard score and they pull to within three. number 34 ryan williams last year's acc rookie of the year gets injured on this run. he would leave the game with a hamstring injury and would not return. normally williams and evans have the carries but they used david wilson this time. down 6th and a third wilson ad one of his two td. they win 49-27. >> first of three consecutive games for the navy down 13-7. no triple option here. dogs lost it to john howl for the 24 five yard td. the missed extra point and we are tied at 13. third quarter tied at 23. it is the back up qb chris proctor keeps it. the dogs have been knocked out of the game after hard hits on consecutive plays. he would later return. navy wins 37-23. >>> in other local scores, howard falls to florida a&m 50- 7. georgetown loses on the road to yale 13-45. >> and catholic loses to mcdaniel 24-14. >>> we will be right back.   w
up by chester taylor and here is the offensive line and number 74, chris williams at left tackle, troy, will have his hands full with demarcus ware. >> troy: watching the game last week with mike martz, first two plays of the game were running plays. i thought maybe they hired the wrong guy. he opens this game up with a running play as well to forte. >> joe: on second down, cutler is ripped to the ground! spencer was in there. demarcus ware was in there. and i think cutler is saying maybe he got a hand up into the face. here is spencer off the edge. >> troy: yeah, we will anthony spencer, he comes unblocked. he comes in. you see definitely a face mask to jay cutler. >> joe: they missed it. it's not called. >> troy: chris williams has got the face mask on demarcus ware on the opposite side. >> joe: bears have to use a time-out and i think jay cutler is stunned that scott green and this officiating crew missed a flagrant face mask call. third down when we come back. have you ever stopped a plane before? a few times. but this one's real nasty. 150 passengers. up to $120 in bag fees.
and tim williams and marty bass are tracking earl. tim? >> this thing is still a monster storm and a category 4- rbgs consider add major storm, a major huncht anything category 3 and above is considered major. let's give you an update from the national hurricane center. earl is moving at 18 miles an hour. the storm has sustained winds of 3 -- 138 miles an hour, 200 miles from the center. as it moves on by, it is expected to generate some more watches and warnings, but still a category 2 as it moves past hour latitude. marty will talk about this and the plot in just a moment. what we're talking about, a hurricane watch is in effect for suffolk county and accally mat county, virginia, the pink and coastal flood advisories that we are not as concerned about, but we're talking about them because there will ab water buildup in the bay that will be short lived and moved out as the storm moves on past. for more on the timing of this with a bit of a close-up look and the plot we send it out to marty. >>> there's been a bit of a speedup with the 11:00 update as far as when is earl goin
in a box. immobile per unit for the mobile muslim. prince william has graduated as our royal air force search and rescue helicopter pilot. he will now become part of the country's busiest search and rescue base off the coast of wales. >> he spent the past 19 months progressing through the raf training program. there have been stimulated rescue missions, the kind of operation he will soon be doing for real. flights over the atlantic where ships and yachts can run into trouble, and in the mountains of snow dunny aware every year his squadron is called out to -- snowdonia where every year his squadron is called out to rescue. he is now part of an operational rescue squadron, and the raf says he has done it on merit. >> he has completed the course successfully, with at least the minimum standards, if not better than that. he is here on his own right. >> initially, william will be the co-pilot of the helicopter. then it all goes well, you will be in demand. those who know him say he is determined to make a success of it, so for the next 18 months, the rest of his life will have to fit aroun
in virginia tonight where neighbors in a community of prince william county woke up to the sound of gunfire. police say a married couple robert and jennifer bates who lived several miles away for some reason drove to the area neighbors say was the crime scene. and a dea agent walking his dog end encountered the couple just before robert bathes shot his wife, according to the police. >> he told me get down. get the kids. make sure they are in their rooms. close the door. tell them not to come out. and then there was another shot. >> reporter: we're told as the agent ran into the house to get his badge and service weapon, the gunman then shot himself in the head. police have been called to the home in late june for a domestic dispute which resulted in the arrest of a husband, a protective order barring contact between the two was issued but expired prior to this morning's incident. the couple's two children have been staying with relatives. >>> police have released the name of the man officers shot after he pointed a handgun at them. 29-year-old john wesley wheeler of maryland. wheeler was sh
a somber of reflection turned political, fast. >>> and are they setting a date? william, kate, and the olympics? reports from london this morning of what could be a very big summer for the royal family, today, sunday, september 12th, summer for the royal family, today, sunday, september 12th, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and jenna wolfe. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm jen ya wolfe. >> i'm carl quint nel la. lester has the day off. another about face from iran on the fate of american hiker held on espionage charges more than a year. >> a senior iranian prosecutor says a $500,000 bail has been set for american sarah shourd for her conditional release. we're going to bring you the very latest on that story in a few minutes. >> then to san bruno, california, where investigators remain on the scene of thursday's deadly gas explosion. some news this morning the death toll has risen, as search crews continue to look for those missing and those u
operate. we never promised anything of any value to anybody for support of the mayor. >> williams is angry now and wants his vote back. >> now that i did not receive any money or job, i want my vote back. >> rudolph williams said that though there were candidates on the ballot for various offices, he only voted for fenty because he was the only candidate he knew anything about. a spokesperson for fenty that first challenged if williams had voted here. he looked at the online data base and williams was not listed. we asked the head of the board of elections to check it out and he said rudolf williams voted here at 2:29 p.m. last thursday. live from northwest washington, sam ford, abc 7 news. >> fenty's chief opponent is speaking out about this. the accusations do not sit well with d.c. council chair and may or candidate vincent gray. on top of that, they leave a sour taste in the mouths of many voters. vincent gray had not heard the accusation that the fenty campaign promised at least one voter the job for their vote, but he said his opponent if he did it is plain wrong. >> it is morally re
of a jailhouse interview with byron williams. vick havinvic lee has the stor. >> reporter: in the early morning hours of undersunday july 18 byron williams was injured during a shootout with chp on interstate 580 in oakland. officers made a traffic stop after watching williams weave through lanes with excessive speeds. the exchange of gun fire ripped through the metal and glass of chp cars. in the jailhouse interview williams says he wasn't speeding and that he fired back in self-defense. >> i had no intention of getting confrontational with police. that is a misconception. my that my intent was to get in fights with police. >> the chp used a robot to restrive evidence like this mysterious binder. williams says it did not contain a hit list, only examples of corruption in government and business. >> i believe that the entrenchment of corruption is so deep that the special interests and the progressive two sided, you know, two twin faced god of babylon is going to prevail. >> williams at first admits he was on a mission to kill people at two nonprofits in san francisco, the aclu and the tides fo
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world war, this footage of london after the bombing. british detectives investigate williams. they have released footage of his last movement. >> the last recorded on a shopping expedition last month. ihe was seen walking into a tube station. police hope someone will come forward with information about his death. mr. williams' body was found in a padlocked sports bag in his flat. it emerged that earlier in the summer, there were visits to the building. >> i am keen to trace a man and a woman. they were led into the entrance. >> what do we know about jerez williams last movement? he was seen entering the underground station in west london. the following afternoon, he visited herod's. he was recorded on cc tv. eight days later, he was found dead. there were no signs of forced entry or any disturbance. toxicology tests have failed to reveal evidence of any drugs. it is perhaps not surprising the police investigation has been shrouded in secrecy. the fact detectives are now appealing to the public for help suggests they are struggling to make headway. our headlines so far -- president obama
la economía. y es lo que necesitamos. ♪ . . tribunal de colombia ordenó la captura de william parra. >> esto sorprendió a pocos, hace dos años cuando la policía incautó los computadores, inicio el proceso farcpoliticas. >> parra sabrá demostrar que eso que se le está sindicando lo hará en su debido tiempo. >> lazaro guerrero tambiñn aparece en los videos. >> señalar a una persona de nexos con las farc, en mi caso que he colaborado con el presidente uribe, me parece irresponsable. >> mario iguarán el fiscal fue quien inició este proceso. >> solo se espera que haya imparcialidad en el juicio para william parra. >> hacemos un llamado a las autoridades para que se la respete sus derechos a defensa durante el proceso. >> william parra sobrevivió a un atentado en su contra el 2 de mayo de 2005 >> no se ha documentado una orden de captura internacional. >> en bogotá colombia juan carlos a. >> en chile enviarán aire fresco a traves de una manguera a los mineros atrapados. >> hoy les hicieron llegar un proyector en miniatura, que transmitió el partido de chile contra ucrania.
and a box. a mobil prairie unit for the mobile muslim. -- prayer unit. prince william has graduated the royal air force helicopter pilot. he will become part of the busiest search and rescue fleet off the coast of wales. >> he spent the past 19 months progressing through the training program. there have been assimilated rescue missions, they kind he will be doing for real. flights over the atlantic where ships can run into trouble. and in the mountains where every year his squadron is called out to rescue climbers in difficulty. today the training came to an end and william was given a badge. they say he has done it on merit. >> he has completed the course successfully. he is here on his own right. >> he will be the co-pilot of the helicopter and then in command. those who know him say he is determined to make success of it. the domestic side of his life will have to fit in and around it. while he is on duty he will live on the base ready to respond when the calls for help are received. every year hundreds of people find themselves in mortal danger and william bewails will be one of
and regional weather, here's nbc's meteorologist scott williams. >> everything's big in texas. >> talking about food. >> speaking of texas, folks, we do have a tropical storm that is bearing down over the lone star state and it's bringing a lot of heavy rainfall. it made landfall last night sought of texas. right now tropical storm hermine is working its way. it's bringing heavy rain as it continues to move inland it will weaken but we'll still be stuck with the heavy amounts of rainfall across texas and then eventually moving toward parts of oklahoma in the days to come, so just keep that in mind as you watch the rain continue to come in. heavy amounts of rainfall, embedded amounts, upwards of two to three inches per hour in some spots. fairly quiet across much of the nation. storms around minneapolis. 58 degrees right now. temperatures warming as we move into parts of the northeast and new england. today, new york city, 87 degrees for your high temperature. that's a look at the national maps. here's a look at the weather happening closer to where you live. temperatures in philadelphia warming
as the trial is supposed to begin. 28-year-old mathew brown was3 charged with first-degree murder %-william porter. the death ofú brown is one of six people that planned porter's killing. porter was shot to death in %-station in towson.is hess gas another suspect shame mus coil was found guilty on monday. >> a former navy lacrosse player among those killed in yesterday's helicopter crash in afghanistan. brendan loonee one of nine coalition serrice members killed. looney grew up in silver spring and was a graduate of damath that high school, then he attended the .s. navvl academy where he and his two brothers all played for the navy lacrosse team. >> a fierce fight on capitol hill over transparency in corporate campaign fiiancing. democratic senator chuck shurmur urging republicans tooback the disclose act. bill would make organizations running political ads come clean about backers. but republicans say this is pure politics. and democrats should focus %-issue.on the poor economy. in facc, senate republicans should love this bill. because ii increases transppreecy. something many of them h
video caught the brutal attack. darlene williams, two children and a friend were leaving a store, a car ran into them and dragged them before crashing into a parked car and building. their bodies are blurred in the video but two suspects then ran away, williams wanted to catch the suspects herself, she says. >> i was injured, and i was trying to go after them myself. nobody else was. >> nobody else was. all four survived, although williams' 11-year-old daughter is in critical condition right now. police are working on enhancing the surveillance photos for better identification of the suspects. >>> all right. we have a school in orlando, florida, put on lockdown yesterday after a suspicious looking stuffed animal showed up on school grounds. >> imagine this. the bomb squad was called in and decided the best thing to do, blow the pony up. it was later determined the little pony posed no threat to anyone. no word on who had to break the bad news to the owner, most likely a childo what happened to their cute little stuffed pony. >>> a study that won't surprise you if you have to drive more
't suit up last week but all signs point to a change this week. and also trent williams has been hobbled since the texans game. he took strides to get back in the mix today but will he play? and the wizards a great season is coming up. they make roster moves next. right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- and why in these tough times i've put education first. we've made record investments in our classrooms... doubled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen college tuition for four years in a row. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in the nation. when it comes to expanding opportunity in every neighborhood, i know that we must do even better. >>> if the redskins want to cure what is ailing their rushing attack this maybe the week to do it. they had craters this they their attack last week. hopefully the redskins can. having having trent williams in the house will help. he has been able to put on pads for the first time th
in the news despite his death. >> just off the pen llyn peninsula in wales, the dragon's tail, sion williams sets out his lobster traps. he is his own boss and his lobster pot # 600. his lobsters and crabs are a family business. tourists benit b hiring him, his boat, and his knowledge of a beautiful coastline. >> there are no boats out in the bay here. the sea is too treacherous to lead a boat in the water overnight. every morning, a tractor brings sion williams's catamaran down to the water in the northwest of the pen llyn peninsula. sion williams's father is at the wheel. he used to go fishing himself but has retired and helps his son. he talked sion how to fish when he was just a boy. they spent weekends and holidays out on the water. sion williams has been working as a fisherman full-time for six years. >> nothing stays the same. it is very changeable. the sea is going to change. you cannot tell it to do anything. >> sion has specialized in lobsters and crabs. lobsters catch 10 times the price of crabs. there is no market at all for spider crabs. they just block of the lobster pots. lobs
meteorologist scott williams with the forecast. what a way to start out your morning. >> i wonder how much is beer and how much is grease. >> either way, both of them are fabulous. you can't lose. >> we do have some weather to talk about this morning. we're watching tropical storm hermine continuing to pack a punch here bringing torrential rainfall, flash flooding and also a threat for some tornadoes as all of this moisture continues to rotate inland here. corpus christi, victoria, san antonio next in line for heavy rainfall. meantime, denver, 82 for today, portland, seattle, cool, a few showers and storms there. las vegas, 101 degrees for today. and as we take a look at los angeles. northeast taking a look at temperatures toward 90 degrees in new york city. scattered showers and storms continuing for you in southern sections of florida.as we look california forecast, mostly cloudy a high of 64 degrees. that's a look at your latest weather. lynn? >> all right, scott. thanks so much. >>> well, an executive comeback, a strong arm takeover bid, and money can buy you happiness up to a point. y
the prince william parkway towards route 1 seems to be the worse of it. this is the pace and the headlights may throw you off, they are at the posted speed limit there's a lot of drivers there. 270 southbound is starting to stack up, not terrible but definitely slow from 109 to the truck scales and after that, no problems. around the beltway, we are rolling problem free right now at the posted speed limit. no big problems there, you are flying, of course at the speed limit. craig and eun, back to you. >> ashley, thank you. be prepared for pay messy commute as nearly everyone heads back to work and school today. each year the return to work and school after labor day marks one of the worst commutes in the d.c. area making this terrible traffic tuesday. tracee wilkins is live in college park overlooking 95 with this commute. how is it looking so far? >> reporter: i know you can see the difference, more cars behind us, folks quickly trying to get their commute started knowing it's going to be difficult today with all of traffic converging on our area roads. they call it terrible traffic tuesda
. jones we don't want to start on three, do we? third quarter up looking for tony rom. williams five receptions for 117 yards. dallas was up 17-3. same score in the fourth. dallas keeps dominating. a huge sack on the day, one of four for the boys. now in the fourth 17-6 cowboys. romo to williams again. look out. 63 yards for the touch 3 down. cowboys back up their first win 27-13 is the final. everything is bigger in texas, you know. michael vick a winner in his first start since 2006 last week. looking for two in the row against the jaguars. by the way eagles and skins next week. mark your calendar on fox. >>> vick jackson the former california bear 61 yards for the touchdown. one of three in the air for vick put the eagles up. philly up 21-3. he has wheels, too. 28-3 is your final. michael vick looks like the real deal in philly. >>> the giants hosting the tennessee titans. first quarter giants trail 3-0. manning will get some pressure. he steps up and wings it into the end-zone. left-handed. and the titans tip it. and jason mccordy makes the interception. the giants are three turn
pick trent williams number 72 is the team's left track will. and parry riley. number 53 out of is lsu was the skin's fourth round pick of the other draft picks. eric cook was released. dennis moore was traded to the st. louis rams. cares was released yesterday and signed to the practice squad today. >> you have to do what you think is best for your football team. the worst thing people do is keep a draft pick just to keep a draft pick. what you do is, you know, keep the people that give you the best chance to win. and, you know, you get 50% of your draft choices to make your football team, you have a heck of a draft. >>> maryland has a big game tomorrow when they face in- state rival navy. this is the 21st all-time meeting between the two teams. the first since 2005. the mid-shipmen hold a 14-6 lead in this matchup. while the mids try to build upon a ten win season last year for the terps all about erasing the bad taste of the season. he likes the idea of competing for maryland's bragging rights. >> i really think it's good for the state of maryland. i think for football in this state
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